Are there any publishers of the KJV Bibles today that include not just the epistle dedicatory, but also the "translators to the reader", which is 10 or so pages long? There are a few publishers that produce really nice KJV Bibles which include the epistle dedicatory, but not the translators message to the reader.
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This is a few samples of what I'm referring to
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Also, as far as comparing KJV publishers, here is one comparison that lists separately, the Dedicatory and the "Translators to the Reader"
I know of one other publisher so far, Trinitarian Bible Society that I think includes the Translators message to the reader.
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The reason for my interest in this and desire to have a KJV Bible with it included, is there is a wealth of history in these few pages (about 10-4 or so)
The 1611 version (notice the epistle dedicatory and the seperate "translators to the reader") https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/1611-Bible/1611-King-James-Bible-Introduction.php